I sowed some of my chitted Pinnacle Parsnips in to the wooden bed I constructed last year,and to make it deeper I used some 6" tube and cut some 8" lengths I then bored some holes in the bed and placed the pipe over them,the whole lot was then filled with the same mix as previously mentioned. 3 seeds were then sown to each station. I should see some movement in about 10 days,the trick is to keep the surface of the compost moist this helps the emerging seedling to penetrate through the it. I use a pressurised garden sprayer to do this and then cover the compost with plastic sheet,so far I have had 100% success using this method.
First sowing of Cedrico ready for potting on again and are good strong plants.
Sweet Candle and Medwyns long Carrots are now showing through at last I will be sowing some more in the next couple of weeks for Harrogate along with a barrel of long beet